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Match Reports

  • Scotland Game 2 2005
    Football Aid Championship, Sunday 5th June, Hampden Park, Kick Off 14.00, att 175

    SCOTLAND HOME 6 SCOTLAND AWAY 3

  • Scotland Game 1 2005
    Sunday 5th June, Hampden Park, Kick Off 10.00, att 150

    SCOTLAND HOME 4 SCOTLAND AWAY 7

  • Bolton Wanderers 2005
    Football Aid Championship, Sunday 29th May, The Reebok Stadium, Kick Off 10.45, att 195

    BOLTON WANDERERS HOME 6 BOLTON WANDERERS AWAY 2
  • Charlton Athletic 2005
    Football Aid Championship, Monday 23rd May, The Valley, Kick Off 9.00am, att 25

    Charlton Home 5 Charlton Home 3

    An early start for all at the Charlton leg of the Championship with the players arriving at The Valley bleary eyed yet raring to go for their 9am kick off on Monday 23rd May.
  • Leicester City 2005
    Whilst enjoying the match of a lifetime the 22nd of May, Leicester Football Aid players helped to support local, national and international projects through Football Aid’s multi-beneficiary award scheme. Legend John Ogilvie managed the Home team and Tommy Williams managed the Away team in a thrilling game of football, which ended 5-2 in favour of the Home team.
  • Man Utd Game 2 2005

    In front of a loud cheering crowd, Football Aid players lived their dream at a showery Old Trafford. Wilf McGuinness managed both teams enthusiastically in his own unique style and playing for each team on the day was fellow club legend Lee Martin. They both contributed to making a great day and an unforgettable experience for the players and their friends and families.

  • Chelsea Game 1 2005
    Even though dark clouds were threatening from above there were wide smiles on the Football Aid participants faces who were about to enter Stamford Bridge for a 90 minute dream come true football match together with legends Clive Walker playing for the home team, Jason Cundy playing for the away team and managing and Gary Chivers manager for the home team.
  • Chelsea Game 2 2005
    Saturday 21st May, Stamford Bridge, Kick Off 15.00

    CHELSEA HOME 7 CHELSEA AWAY 4
  • Man Utd Game 1 2005
    The dream finally came true for 30 ecstatic Football Aid players who graced Old Trafford for a 90-minute game of Football managed by Wilf McGuinness and Lee Martin as a playing legend. Friends and family on the stand were cheering loudly at the very close and thrilling match where the Away team ended as worthy winners in a very close game.

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  • West Ham Celebs 2005
    Football Aid’s first ever celebrity football match at West Ham Upton Park kicked off Friday the 20th of May, with the brave Football Aid players taking on a team of 7 ex West Ham players, Tony Cesay - ABA Boxing Champion and Iron Maiden’s Steve Harris amongst others, in a 90 minute exhilarating game of football.